My boyfriend cheated on me so I posed as a LinkedIn recruiter – what I made him do will shock you

My boyfriend cheated on me so I posed as a LinkedIn recruiter – what I made him do will shock you

AFTER finding out her boyfriend cheated on her, one woman developed a revenge plan.

The woman, Kylah, shared how she carried out her revenge in a viral TikTok video.


Kylah claims to have posed as a recruiter, sending her ex through lengthy interviews before delivering a final blow.

“When my ex cheated on me so I posed as a LinkedIn recruiter and made him go thru a month long interview process then sent him a detailed rejection letter about how he’s not sh**,” the on-screen text reads.

"his resume was trash anyways," the video caption reads.

The video has been viewed more than 1.3million times since being posted just days ago.

Hundreds of TikTokers have commented on the video, with many wondering exactly how she pulled the stunt off.

"Ok but exactly how did you do this and try not to leave anything out," one user wrote.

"Wish you would have got him to quit his job tho before the rejection letter," someone else said.

Other users weren't quite sure about the plan.

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"that's to much effort, I'd try to move on instead," one TikToker said.

On the whole, users were supportive and offered Kylah praise.

"this is absolutely genius thank you for the idea," one TikToker commented.

"put her on the walk of fame," said another.

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"You should start a consulting company called revenge corp LLC," wrote another user.

Kylah did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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